Non Surgical Gum Disease Treatments

Manage Gum Disease With Reliable, Non-Surgical Treatments

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Get Control Over Destructive Gum Disease

Millions of people across the country have gum disease, a common condition that affects not just your teeth and gums, but your entire system. The key to stopping the progression of gum disease is initial treatment and regular periodontal maintenance appointments. Without these critical visits to the dentist, gum disease will continue to destroy healthy soft and hard tissues, leading to eventual tooth and bone loss.

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Defeat and Manage Your Gum Disease With Proper Treatments

Gum disease requires specialized, advanced treatments over and above regular dental check-ups. These appointments are a form of prevention, halting gum disease and removing the bad bacteria that cause it.

  • Periodontal maintenance. This non-surgical intervention involves cleaning the teeth and gums with a focus on the periodontal pockets where bacteria breed. It is not likely you can perform this at home without dental grade equipment and techniques.
  • Scaling and root planing. Scaling and root planing is another non-surgical procedure that allows the hygienist and dentist to get a deep clean of the gums and teeth for comprehensive cleansing and sanitizing. Scaling and root planing sets the stage for a healthier mouth by reducing places bacteria can hide.

What You Can Expect From Periodontal Treatments

  • Reduction of the risks associated with gum disease, including tooth loss.
  • Reduction of the side effects of periodontal disease such as bad breath, red gums and tender gums.
  • Improvement in the function and health of your mouth, as well as your body.
  • Reduction of the chances that your gum disease will lead to or exacerbate existing problems like heart disease.
  • Improved self-confidence in social situations.

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Why wait to enjoy all the health benefits that come with periodontal maintenance and non-surgical gum disease treatments?

Contact our office for an appointment today.
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